What does it take to keep a career thriving in the cutthroat world of entertainment? Tony Roberts, one of the good guys, has done it—and explains how.
The film and Broadway veteran actor returns to 92Y to take you behind the scenes of his great Woody Allen films as well as legendary Broadway shows like Barefoot in the Park and Victor/Victoria.
The winner of four Emmy Awards, Bill Boggs hosts PBS’s My Generation, and is the author of Got What It Takes?
Tony Roberts has appeared in more than 20 Broadway plays and musicals and has been twice nominated for the Tony Award. In 1969 he won the London Critics Poll Award for his performance in Promises, Promises. Tony starred on Broadway in Barefoot in the Park; How Now, Dow Jones; Jerome Robbins' Broadway; Sugar; Absurd Person Singular; Don't Drink the Water; Doubles; Play It Again, Sam; They're Playing Our Song; Victor/Victoria; and most recently the very successful The Tale of the Allergist's Wife. Mr. Roberts has had many major roles in films including the Academy Award-winning Annie Hall; Play it Again, Sam; and Serpico. He is the voice on the audio version of Rudolph Giuliani's Leadership and the narrator of the Bravo "Profiles" television series.
Bill Boggs is correspondent for the PBS TV show "My Generation." He is author of both a Hollywood-optioned novel, and an acclaimed self-help book. He is a four-time Emmy Award-winning TV host and executive producer. He is a sought-after speaker. Bill has been an important figure in the business, food, music, travel, sports, news, and celebrity reporting and interviewing for years. As host of the New York-based "Midday Live with Bill Boggs" and WNBC's "Weekend Today in New York" and his long-running Food Network hit, "Bill Boggs Corner Table," Bill has interviewed many of the most notable personalities of our time—including cultural icons, presidents, international leaders, business tycoons, writers, athletes, celebrity chefs and food critics, not to mention a movie star or two.
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